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COVER STORY:


Assessing the Threat

Schools remain one of the safest places for students to be, but are we doing enough to reduce the risk of violence against educators?  More»

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The Dish on School Food
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Educators are vulnerable to false accusations but are protected by grievance procedures.
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Early intervention and inclusion mean more students with autism are interacting with their peers.
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Breathe deep: in with the good air, out with the bad. (And hopefully that high-stakes anxiety will follow, too.)
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When it comes to the Bible, teach, don't preach.
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What was your most memorable Valentine's Day?
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Ensuring safe schools for students and staff
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President Weaver's vision for inclusive leadership.
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When it comes to universal preschool, Oklahoma is A-OK.
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Whether they're barely old enough to rent a car or just shy of the senior discount, these teachers know that working together helps their students.
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A new NEA program nurtures the next generation of leaders.
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Blend finances without heartache and headaches.
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Bring back the bike.
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Meet Elisabeth Zamarelli, reading teacher and Mrs. New York America contestant, and David Rosendale, high school photography teacher and jewelry designer.